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  • Holy Jesus Palomino is that TOC impressive, you've done everything short of having Zombie Robert E. Howard and Zombie Fritz Leiber to make this a definitive book.

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  • See Governors of Kelung (Formosa) during Spanish Domination, 1626 – 1642, anonymous and undated (but clearly from the twentieth century), APSR (Avila), Formosa, vol. 1, cuadernillo 11, which states that the governor exiled to Ternate was Don Francisco Hernandez rather than Palomino, which is who Quirós says was exiled to Ternate. back

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  • The "Deadliest Catch" placement is one in a confluence of bragging points for the Turtles as they wrap up a steady year-plus of touring behind their album, "Palomino" -- which is still hanging around the top 10 of the Billboard bluegrass chart almost a year and a half later.

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  • But in the intervening years, Palomino, which is owned and operated by the same company behind Kincaid's, has been surpassed by countless hot spots.

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  • "Palomino" album high on the Top 89 of 2010 charts.

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  • "Palomino" album high on the Top 89 of 2010 charts.

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  • "Palomino" album high on the Top 89 of 2010 charts.

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  • "Palomino," the band's sixth album, reflects the rock 'n' roll background, as well as the band's desire to make a studio recording that resembles the live Trampled by Turtles experience.

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  • Listen to "Palomino," Trampled by Turtles 'new album, released in mid-April, and those days seem far away.

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  • Maybe she's just upset that the interrogators didn't agree with the detainees on a safe word, like "Palomino".

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